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multinacional alemana siemens. >> bueno, al concluir el proceso hubo diferencias >> esas difrencias sobre las obras hizo acudir a la corte internacional de arbitraje, fue condenado a pagar 280 millones de dólares, pero documentos obtenidos por univisión se presetaron cargos exorbitantes, palos de golf, por 17333 dólares, un masaje por 1200 dólares, la comisión de valores impulso una multa de 1600 millones de dólares por pagos de sobornos en distintas partes del mundo, siemens había pagado 2 millones a un alto funcionario de pemex por un consultor de negocios bien consultaod, no se identifico a alguno de los 2, el bjetivo era ayudar a liquidar asociados a 3 proyectos de refinerias en méxico, ahora pemex quiere más detalles, y presenta una demanda en nueva york por 500 millones de dólares >> tiene que acudir a todas las instancias para defender el patrimonio >> la multinacional por el pago de sobornos, inició su propia investigación, y al menos 2 empleados recibieron pagos ilegales, ahora el reto de pemex es demostrar en las cortes los efectos de los empleados la alteracion de los p
, the sharpest minds, best sources, hardest talk. >> "the mclaughlin group" is brought to you by siemens. across the country we're building answers for hospitals, utilities, cities, and factories, and we're building them to last. siemens. answers. >>> i take responsibility, and nobody is more committed to getting this right. >> secretary of state hillary clinton gave the details of that responsibility this week at two congressional hearings. one in the senate, one in the house. on what happened at the u.s. consulate at benghazi, libya, four and a half months ago on september 11th. four americans were killed in the attack, including the u.s. ambassador to libya, christopher stevens. secretary clinton became emotional as she described the scene at andrews air force base in maryland just outside washington, d.c. >> i stood next to president obama as the marines carried those flag-draped caskets off the plane at andrews. i put my arms around the mothers and fathers, the sisters and brothers, the sons and daughters and the wives left alone to raise their children. >> in libya, before the attack, amba
millones a siemens por el pago de sobornos, determinÓ que simemens pago 2 millones a un alto funcionariÓ a travÉs de un consultos de negocios, el objetivo del pago era ayudar a liquidar las reclamaciÓn por sobrecostos relacionados con tres pÍsticos de modernaciones en mÉxico. ahora pemex quiere obtener mÁs detalles de los sobornos y presentÓ una demanda por 500 millones de dÓlares. >>> pemex tiene que acudir a todas las instancias que sean necesarias. >>> a raÍz de la sanciÓn en 2008 a la multinacional siemens pemex logrÓ establecer que al menos dos empleados recibieron pagos ilegales, el reto es demostrar que efectÓ tuvieron las decisiones de estos empleados en la adulteraciÓn de los precios de los contratos. >>> estos empleados fueron despedidos, el consorcio dijo a la prensa que es una tÁctica dilatoria para no cumplir con el fallo. >>> fue gerardo reyes. la noticia de la liberaciÓn de la francesa cassez logrÓ diferentes reacciones. si habÍa un problema en el proceso, dicen los crÍticos, bastaba con corregir el proceso y no liberar a una mujer acusada por un crimen, y
mentioned behemoth that is siemens out of germany. >> yeah. ashley: what in particular do you like about this stock? >> siemens is taking advantage of the opportunity to restructure over the last four or five years. ashley: yeah. >> closing plants. realigning the business. spinning off assets that no longer fit with the core. so today you have a monster company that is, they're so aggressive in all their business and now they're about to spin off to shareholders, one of the largest lighting businesses in the world. getting out of all consumer products. they will be industrial managers. >> which is their forte. >> we don't own it today. it is sort of a little rich..3 i would love to buy it maybe down 10% from here. we love it. we owned it in the past. we love the ceo. is is a real value creator n europe it is about who you're betting on. cheap stocks are great but i need a manager to lead the company. we look for value creators. there is a lot of value destroyers out there. you want to avoid them at all costs. ashley: yes, there are. are there areas you're avoiding when it comes to europe
on the planet... dragon is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. charles: washington dc running a $470 million. this government is big business for this district. hadley heath and ron myers and michael linden are here now. ron, you say that the spending is other people's money. >> that's right, they are spending all of our money. they prayed that the country has a funnel, so all that money is falling down to them. it has become a boomtown. they are the wealthiest counties in america. the top three countries in america for wealth are right here around the district. the fact of the matter it is exactly that. many need to be creating jobs. the fact of the matter is that politicians are taking our money, our hard-earned dollars, and we are spending a record pace. we just had another tax hike. >> i just don't see it in the numbers. federal spending is actually down over the last three years. the number of federal employees are down over the last three years. in that time, the budget has gone from the rest of the black and it's not about the fe
, and german engineering giant siemens has reported a 12% drop in profits. it also said the number of orders that had received fell during the same time. >> the manufacturing has been focusing on - headlines in recent months, including delays in the delivery of its new high- speed trains, but the group says it is sticking by its sales and profitability forecast for the current year, thanks to savings as part of a massive restructuring program. let's get a look now at how the markets have reacted to all of that news. our correspondence sent -- sends us this report -- our correspondent sends us this report from frankfurt. >> the forecast was very weak. traders in frankfurt said the problems remain big, but shares recovered at the end. by contrast, s.a.p. was the biggest support for the deaths. shares have been outperforming. the general market was again stock -- stuck, but at least the german market moved a little step forward. >> let's get a closer look at market numbers for you. the dax not doing a whole lot on the day, settling at 7707. euro stoxx 50 on the other hand was lower. the dow jon
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companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. why does my mouth feel dryer than i remember it to be? there are more people taking more medication, so we see people suffering from dry mouth more so. we may see more cavities, bad breath, oral irritation. a dry mouth sufferer doesn't have to suffer. i would recommend biotene. the enzymes in biotene products help supplement enzymes that are naturally in saliva. biotene helps moisten those areas that have become dry. those that are suffering can certainly benefit from biotene. >>> the voices of newtown, connecticut, were not heard at today's senate hearing but they were heard at another hearing tonight in connecticut. we will bring you the moving testimony of one of the parents of one of the 6-year-olds killed in the massacre at sandy hook elementary school. testimony given just hours ago. that is in tonight's rewrite. [ male announcer ] when these come together, and these come together, one thing you can depend on is that these will come together. delicious and wholesome. some combinations were just meant to be. tomato soup from campbel
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today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. david: look at what's happening to amazon here. it is a pop after-hours. at first it kind of limped ahead. now it is roaring ahead. this is up 7%, $1 gain from where it ended after-hours -- $21. the question with amazon is its profit margin. it has such a thin profit margin, even when you have tremendous sales, sometimes it doesn't actually make that much profit. this time it did. it pleased wall street. that is why it is trading so much after-hours. liz? liz: for all of you who thought etfs were a relatively new instrument, no. spy is celebrating its 20th anniversary today. nicole has jim ross, state street exchange traded fund. >> he is here to celebrate the 20th anniversary in 1993 when we started the launch of etfs, right? spy basically copies the s&p 500, right? >> yes it does, it reply indicates the s&p 500. >> how does it feel? >> wonderful. 20 years ago. bunch of folks had an idea, we launched it helped investors solve their investment challenges. >> tell us about the big money. >> 1.4 trillion dollars in th
today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. melissa: small business owners breathing a sigh of relief these days. small business index shows they are more optimistic now compared to last november. in part because the nerve-racking dexter negotiations are in the rearview mirror. what kind of hiring expansion might be seeing in the near future is our small-business roundtable. ceo of working solutions. welcome back the show, everyone. i read this survey this morning and immediately my wisdom came out. skepticism i should say. hard for me to say you are clicking her heels, everything is going great. you feel really optimistic? >> i think there is natural optimism after the fiscal cliff negotiations but don't think it is a drastic improvement from where it was a few months ago by any stretch of the imagination. >> the past four weeks have been great to have a feeling a couple feel it again. they have not completed the entire process. most these things have been basically extended for this year. many of those tax initiatives that come back and hurt us as a small
to places beyond it. siemens. answers. gerri: okay. this is a critical knew report to you need to hear about, shedding light on the way states are literally bilking unemployed americans by forcing them to pay fees. what they're doing to my next guest says, is saving a few bucks for government while raiding the benefits for the rest of us. joining me now, president of consumer education for smart credit. uni have been down the road on this topic, and new details to they got this-the cars now being used by the government to deliver benefits. and the sneaky thing that happens to these folks. >> unfortunately this is not the road less traveled. these are the folks in need it the most. it is the folks are depending on unemployment benefits to survive let's go ahead and put it on a prepaid debit card silicon charging of these and will away and, frankly, their lifeline. gerri: this money is collected by the bank. >> remember that. >> i do. that is right. and these banks lineup like they're trying to get rolling stones tickets. they want to be first in line to bid on facilitating this process
. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. >>> natural gas provider announcing co-founder and ceo has agreed to retire from the company effective april 1st. mcclendon announcing philosophical differences. chesapeake says its review of conflict of interest involving mcclendon saw no conflict. they talked about the new board. >> is the company restrained enough for the new board members, many of whom, by the way, are people who very traditional backgrounds, and may not like the old wildcatting ways of your company. >> well, they certainly like the asset base that the old wildcatting ways gave us. exactly. look, i don't think you would have joined in board in june of 2012 if you weren't interested in what the company was doing, if you didn't like the asset base, if you didn't have some confidence in the management team at the end of the day. >> david, aubrey is being abject in telling me it was a true retireme retirement. >> i don't think that's really the case. my understanding is as recently as last week, at meetings with senior management of the compa
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to places beyond it. siemens. answers. morning, boys. so, i'm working on a cistern intake valve, and the guy hands me a locknut wrench. no way! i'm like, what is this, a drainpipe slipknot? wherever your business takes you, nobody keeps you on the road like progressive commercial auto. [ flo speaking japanese ] [ shouting in japanese ] we work wherever you work. now, that's progressive. call or click today. we replaced people with a machine.r, what? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it? hello? hello?! if your bank doesn't let you talk to a real person 24/7, you need an ally. hello? ally bank. your money needs an ally. >>> welcome back to "the ed show." many americans are following the exit of hillary clinton with tremendous interest. she is ending her tenure as secretary of state. and the same question is on the mind of every progressive in this country -- will she run? will she lead the movement in 2016. here is what secretary clinton said when andrea mitchell asked her about her health, and if it would be a factor in her decision. >> i have no doubt that i'm healthy enough and m
. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. ♪ david: well, just as tax increases are kicking in, we find out the economy contracted in the last quarter, and even president obama admitted that tax increases are just the wrong medicine for a shrinking economy could we be kick starting a full-blown recession by the new taxes on businesses and individuals? that as a harvard professor mark -- martin feldstein who served as president and ceo of the national bureau of economic research which designates where the economy is or is not in recession. good to see you. thank you for coming in. >> good to be back with you. david: general question, do you feel like we are sliding back into recession? you calculated the last one before it was announced officially. >> well, i think it is much too early to say. i mean, what we have here is a so-called advanced number. it is going to get revises the government gets better data on exports, better data on in
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. siemens. answers. >> a discount giant that makes cheap chic -- target. with $65 billion in sales, it's a retailing icon. >> it earns more than microsoft, dell, johnson & johnson. if you look up coca-cola's earnings, target earns more than any of those companies. >> more than 350,000 employees, more than 1,750 stores in 49 states, 30 million guests visit their stores in a single week. >> how do we move forward faster? how do we improve the profitability? how do we improve the guest experience? >> i think one of the smartest things target did was reach out to people who are excellent designers and have them do lines exclusively for the store. >> and then they can say, "i just got this isaac mizrahi dress at target for 50 bucks!" and it became almost a badge of honor to say that. >> target's growing enormously. target's in places that you wouldn't expect to see a discounter. >> we want to be america's favorite store. we want them to drive by all other retail competitors because there's something special about target. >> hi. my name is russell simmons, and i love target. >> my name is ka
companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. >>> good morning. welcome back. i'm joe kernen along with becky quick and andrew ross sorkin. in the headlines, federal reserve policymakers set to release their latest results today. you'll want to watch that. most analysts not expecting significant change in fed policy. but the comments will always be interesting. before the market open, we'll get the latest read on private sector employment from adp which too early to say, but i think it's been long. kind of been a little bit more -- jill cracken might be watching. not to disparage jill, but useful -- >> when they're coming around. been waiting for the two to converge a while, too. yeah. >> and zandy's in tight with -- may be getting advance. >>> congress looking for 165,000 new private sector jobs for january. that was like 150 and been going up because the claims number has been coming in on thursdays at five-year lows. was 215,000 that were added in december. >>> also out, the first estimate of fourth quarter gdp if there was any. economist looking for an annual rate of 1% compare
. siemens. answers. has decided to let women who qualify join combat units and everybody's talking about what a good thing that is for women. i have a slightly different take. i think it is a good thing for the military. i'm sorry guys, but we're not doing all that well these days. maybe you haven't noticed but for years now women have been outperforming men at every level from elementary school to graduate school. there are still more men running companies, but there are more and more women moving into top jobs every day and how could it be otherwise? women are now the majority on college campuses. more of them graduate. more of them earn masters degrees. last year's hedge funds run by women did better than those managed by men. if current trends hold, by midcentury the majority of doctors in this country will be women. there are still more guys than women hanging out in sports bars and at the risk of interrupting their games i just have to say to you guys is it might be a good idea to check out what these ladies are up to if for no other reason they're probably going to be your boss so
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